Wash. Admin. Code § 314-03-050 - Limited patron participation entertainment at a spirits, beer, and wine restaurant or a beer and/or wine restaurant

(1) A spirits, beer, and wine restaurant or a beer and/or wine restaurant may provide entertainment with limited physical participation by patrons in the dedicated dining area of their licensed premises. Examples of this form of permitted entertainment include text messaging to movie screens, watching movies, nonpatron skits, and comedy acts. Such limited patron participation is permitted under the following conditions:

The dedicated dining area meets the following criteria:

(a) Wait staff provides table service to patrons which includes interaction; and
(b) Lighting requirements outlined in WAC 314-11-085.
(2) Licensees must submit a request to the board's licensing and regulation division to provide limited patron participation entertainment in the dedicated dining area of their premises.
(a) The licensee may begin the activity as soon as the approval is received.
(b) Board approval will be based on the request meeting the requirements outlined in this section.
(3) Minors are allowed after 11:00 p.m. in the dining area of a premises that has received approval as referenced in this section.


Wash. Admin. Code § 314-03-050

Statutory Authority: RCW 66.08.030. 12-16-032, § 314-03-050, filed 7/25/12, effective 8/25/12.

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